Sony has confirmed the release day line-up for PlayStation TV, which launches on October 14 in North America and November 14 in Europe.
The micro console – detailed on today’s PlayStation blog – enables you to stream your PS4 games to another HD TV in your home, as well as selected PS Vita, PSP and PS one classics, too.
And when Sony’s streaming game service, PlayStation Now, comes to PS TV, users will be able to stream PlayStation 3 titles to the device. PS Now just recently entered open beta on PS3, but Sony has not announced when support is coming for PS TV.
In addition, Sony writes on the PlayStation Blog that the PS TV lineup will “continue to expand” with other popular titles, including Minecraft.
When PS TV launches in North America on October 14, you can buy a standalone system for $99, or a special bundle that includes a wireless DualShock 3 controller, an 8 GB memory card, and a copy of The Lego Movie Video Game for $140.
Sony also has announced that a limited-time PS TV bundle will be available at Walmart. It includes a system, DualShock 3 controller, 8 GB memory card, and a copy of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. This bundle will also sell for $140.